This could help to set up some of the actors for the remainder of their careers - for many of them Stranger Things may just be a launching pad, but there is no guarantee that it will end up being this way for everyone. Now, however, numerous programme's stars have become household names, with their new-found fame reflected in a host of salary boosts negotiated with the streaming service. David Harbour and Winona Ryder, meanwhile, started the show with higher quotes than the kids, and will now be making somewhere around $200,000 per episode. There will be eight episodes in total, similar to the first season but lesser than the second.
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According to The Hollywood Reporter, the series regulars have been split into three different tiers in terms of the new salaries. But some sources suggest Brown may be getting even more, possibly the $350,000 per episode that Ryder and Harbour are making. After a crew member stated she was quitting the production for Season 3 due to harrassement, series creators Ross and Matt Duffer issued a statement apologizing for any ill will on the set while denying that they created a hostile environment. It remains to be seen when the new season will take place and what storyline will affect the characters, the creators appear to be hard at work in an attempt to get the show ready for its return in 2019. The primary cast has received substantial pay raises for season 3. Harbour, who already had an extensive résumé before Stranger Things, saw his star rise considerably after the show's debut, landing the lead role in the Hellboy reboot.
Two million an episode it is. It earned a recent Screen Actors Guild Award nomination for best ensemble in a drama series.